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Denmarks' Faroe Islands

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The Faroe Islands are like a perfect cultural mixture of surrounding landmasses Iceland and Denmark, home to the famous G music festival every July and one of the few places you can witness Solar Eclipses from land-including this years big solar eclipse alligning on March 20th. Is it a dream to witness the aurora lights and a solar eclipse? Look no further, this place has got you covered, literally, they've got all the fleece sweaters you can imagine to cover up with while youre there
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Sørvágsvatn, Faroe Islands
Lake Sørvágsvatn is the largest Lake in the Faroe Islands, which ends in a spectacular waterfall out to sea. A rough path runs parallel the lake, and you can take a short detour to the edge of some cliffs for some pretty awesome sights (not...
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Dalavegur 20, Gjógv FO-476, Gjogv, Faroe Islands
An hour’s drive from Tórshavn, in one of the Faroe’s northernmost settlements, sits the family-run Gjáargardur Guesthouse of Gjógv, bordered by steep slopes and a natural harbor. With its wooden exterior and...
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Gjogv, Faroe Islands
Meet the village of Gjógv (pronounced like “Gorge”). Located on the northeast side of the island of Eysturoy in the Faroe Islands, it quickly found a permanent spot in my heart. All of the villages in the Faroes are gorgeous like this, but there...
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Faroe Islands
Think of the most dramatic landscape you’ve ever seen. Now, heighten the peaks, so that they cut into a stormy sky. Make the cliffs sharper, and cover their sides in the greenest grass. Dot them with the fluffiest of sheep, and make the sea below...
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Halmtorvet 19, 1700 København, Denmark
We walked by BioMio a few times before trying it. It's located in an old Bosch (think sparkplugs) warehouse in the vibrant Meatpacking (Kod Byen) district in Copenhagen. The menu is organic fare but it has something for everyone. It was also very...